Danny B Feat. Jimmie Black – End Of Time (Prod. by @Capstone9) @DannyBArtist @MrJimmieBlack @ParkStreetPR

Danny B

Danny B should be a name you remember from his excellent contribution to Jimmie Black’s urban anthem ‘Open Doors’. Hailing from England’s second city, Birmingham, Danny B has been making a name for himself of late ripping up shows from Cardiff to Wolverhampton where his positive vibration is being felt! This is Hip-Hop with emotion, music with meaning and something that deserves your attention.

This single is a taste of what is to come from Danny B and with some amazing production from Capstone and a killer hook from Jimmie Black, ‘End Of Time’ is a single that is out now on iTunes and is complimented by a superb music video. With a superb response from the urban music scene’s leading websites and blogs, things are looking good for Danny B.

Danny B Feat. Jimmie Black – End Of Time (Prod. by @Capstone9) #MP3
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/end-time-feat.-jimmie-black/id779626781

Connect:
https://twitter.com/DannyBArtist
https://twitter.com/MrJimmieBlack
https://twitter.com/Capstone9
https://dannyb0121.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/jimmie-black-artist

Danny B Feat. Jimmie Black – End Of Time (Prod. by Capstone) @DannyBArtist @MrJimmieBlack @Capstone9 @ParkStreetPR

Danny B Feat. Jimmie Black – End Of Time (Prod. by @Capstone9) #MP3
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/end-time-feat.-jimmie-black/id779626781

Connect:
https://twitter.com/DannyBArtist
https://twitter.com/MrJimmieBlack
https://twitter.com/Capstone9
https://dannyb0121.bandcamp.com/
https://soundcloud.com/jimmie-black-artist

Pragmatic, productive, beneficial, effective, efficacious, optimistic, forward-looking, buoyant and assured are some of the words I would use to describe this track. It’s a great composition with a great chorus line and lyrically is stripped back as Danny tells it as it is. It’s a scripture of a urban living, a tale of inner city existing and its so well done. This is something special and very pure.

Review by Alex Dunlow

Fong-Sai-U, “Bad Guy”

Washington D.C.-bred, California-based rapper/producer Fong-Sai-U presents the Gimante Nichols-directed video for “Bad Guy”, the self-produced first single from his forthcoming album Ballads Of A Massacre. An underground hip-hop veteran, Fong has collaborated with Black Thought who was an early mentor to Fong and took him on tour with The Roots.

Fong also produced a song for Guru of Gang Starr on his solo album Bald Head Slick under his given name Divine. In 2011 Soulspazm Records released Fong’s album A Soldier’s Story which featured Raheem DeVaughn and Res. “When I wrote ‘Bad Guy’ I was saying I’ll do what I have to do to survive without changing who I am,” says Fong. “I’m from Washington D.C. so I want y’all to see the lyrical side, not just the street side.

The whole world got kilos if you let some of these rappers tell it. These corporations are money to me, not a car or chain.” Ballads Of A Massacre is set for a late spring release.

Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers feat Geechi Suede “Chi-Town Drumroll”

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On some old sprayin’ shots like a drumroll….the second single off Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers’ second LP “No Vacation For Murder” flexes the index finger until it’s sore. Co-piloted by Geechi Suede of Camp Lo, “Chi-Town Drumroll” is the shimmering heist anthem for masked men peeling off with a devil may care attitude. Zilla and Geechi write lightning over a languid lavendar guitar flip from producer Blurry Drones. Days are getting long and the party’s going wild. “Chi-Town Drumroll” y’all — get down. Preorder the new Zilla Rocca & The Shadowboxers LP “No Vacation for Murder” dropping digitally Tues April 1, 2014 and physically with CD + Poster on Tues April 8, 2014 at threedollarpistol.com/album/no-vacat…n-for-murder-2. Artwork by @JusFCA1